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Justice, Justice Thou Shalt Pursue: A Life's Work Fighting for a More Perfect Union, by Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Amanda Tyler University of California Press hide caption

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'Justice Justice Thou Shalt Pursue' Offers Look At Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Early Work

One of the justice's former clerks, Amanda Tyler, worked with her on the collection that includes historic opinions and arguments from earlier years when she appeared as a lawyer before the top court.

Afghan politician Fawzia Koofi, seen here in 2019, is one of four women on the Afghan government team holding peace talks with the Taliban. Pavel Golovkin/AP hide caption

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Fawzia Koofi On Afghan Peace: 'We Want To See This War End Tomorrow'

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'Justice, Justice Thou Shalt Pursue' Offers Look At Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Early Work

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Aedes scapularis mosquitoes can carry yellow fever and are well-established in two South Florida counties. Lawrence Reeves, UF/IFAS hide caption

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Scientists Find New Invasive Mosquito Species In Florida

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OxyContin pills arranged at a pharmacy in Montpelier, Vt. Purdue Pharma makes the highly addictive drug. Toby Talbot/AP hide caption

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Purdue Pharma Offers Restructuring Plan, Sackler Family Would Give Up Ownership

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The Jan. 6 riot at the Capitol has reinvigorated a long-running debate about whether the U.S. should have a domestic terrorism law. As a candidate, President Biden said he would seek such a law. Since Biden took office, his administration has said only that the matter is under review. Julio Cortez/AP hide caption

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An Old Debate Renewed: Does The U.S. Now Need A Domestic Terrorism Law?

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